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Mom’s method is to buy the best quality turkey available (organic, free-range, etc.) and cook it breast-side down. She also cooks the turkey stuffing separately, not in the cavity, which makes it easier to cook the turkey more evenly. This method creates the most delicious, succulent turkey you have ever had.
Composting on your own is the intentional and managed composition of organic materials for the production of compost, the magical soil enhancer that is so great for good gardening.
Cooking with wine can be a great flavor enhancer but like any sauce should be used appropriately. Wine has three main uses in the kitchen—as a marinade ingredient, as a cooking liquid, and as a flavoring in a finished dish.
Tomatoes are America’s favorite garden vegetable and a common ingredient in every week’s menu. There are literally hundreds of different types of varieties to choose from ranging from bite-size cherry tomatoes to huge beefsteak fruits in all shapes, colors, and sizes. Your geographic location and climate will dictate which tomatoes you can grow, as will your preferences and cooking style.
The stresses of the holidays are manageable with a few tips by your friends at Green Top Market. We have scoured the internet for health tips and have thrown in some health food advice to make help you avoid that run down feeling.
Cranberry sauce with candied ginger combined with Thanksgiving Turkey is a complimentary side to everything on the table.
A Homemade Pumpkin Pie is a great and classic Thanksgiving dessert. In preparation of this great holiday, we will continue posting holiday recipes you can make for your dinner. If you have any suggestions, please let us know. Also available are Green Top’s own homemade pies. Call us and we’ll do the work.
Cured olives are olives which have been dry cured and then soaked in olive oil to restore their plumpness and act as a preservative. Green Top Market stocks oil cured olives, along with an assortment of other olive varieties, depending on the season and local availability.
When deciding on a cheese it’s important to understand exactly what you’re buying. Cheese, at least GOOD cheese starts with milk. There are over 300 varieties in the United States, that’s a whole lot to choose from. At GreenTop Market we pride ourselves on our cheese, being in Vermont it would be a crime not to. We are pleased to provide you with this guide as a way to make the selection of the appropriate variety much simpler.